Sometimes you have a lot of sacks, sometimes you have just the right amount of sacks, and sometimes you don’t have enough sacks….
At any rate we all want to have lots of sacks, good high quality sacks that leave you feeling spent but happy. YHC did not have enough sacks to outfit the whole crew with their own sacks – so between rucks and sacks (Sandbags if it isn’t obvious by now) we managed to do a bit of a hybrid workout with some AMRAP, Some rucking, and some sandbag throws. It is to be noted that Script Kiddie’s name was mentioned as someone NOT to emulate when trotting to the middle of the soccer field in the pre-dawn gloom as there were benches at midfield which I am reliably informed served as a show stopping impediment to one aforementioned Script Kiddie. But thankfully no one did a face plant or anything of that nature due to the presence of these obstacles.
The phrase “Keep my sack (or my wife’s sack) out of your [redacted] mouth” was the byword of today’s beatdown. These are words to live by gents. Sacks (Sandbags) are for lifting, carrying, and throwing. They do not belong in anyone’s mouth. They are great for a high quality beatdown however.
Moseyed to the Spot. Performed the following:
SSH, Weedpicker, Good mornings, Willie Mays Hayes
Thang 1 – 15 min AMRAP (Sandbag, weight varies)
Cleans 8x (over shoulder 4 each side)
OH Squat 8x
Down the hill and back up
As many rounds as possible in 15 minutes
Thang 2 15 minute Ruck – As fast as possible, not running – made it from the flag to the roundabout and back
Thang 3 – Remaining time Field Sandbag Toss :
Sprint out to mid field and then back to where last throw landed until complete the length;
Repeato till time
Count a rama, name a rama (No one has ever told me we always start to the left of the Q…)
Ace provided the MOC “Relationships are a means to accelerate happiness, not to seek it” The end goal of a relationship is not happiness. That comes from within oneself
Lots of prayers for Ready Mix’s family after his tragic accident last week. Hits very close to home for so many of us.
Prayers for Glitter’s upcoming health concerns.
Pledge – and pic
Fun time this morning. However, I do think there is a sober tone over all of us this week after Ready-Mix’s departure. F3 is more than just a workout. It’s camaraderie, friendship, and support. Even though many of us didn’t know him personally – we are moved by his passing and are continuing to pray for his family.